Commenced



[kuh-mens] /kəˈmɛns/

verb (used with or without object), commenced, commencing.
1.
to begin; start.
/kəˈmɛns/
verb
1.
to start or begin; come or cause to come into being, operation, etc
v.

c.1300, from Old French comencier “to begin, start” (10c., Modern French commencer), from Vulgar Latin *cominitiare, originally “to initiate as priest, consecrate,” from Latin com- “together” (see com-) + initiare “to initiate,” from initium (see initial (adj.)). Spelling with double -m- began in French and was established in English by 1500. Related: Commenced; commencing.

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